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Old 11-20-2018, 03:52 PM
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Any chance of the low profile speed keys comming to the K65 aswell?
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Old 11-20-2018, 08:54 PM
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Honestly, not enough overall interest in TKL keyboards for us to offer it in a low profile as well. But there are enough in house employees who do ask all the time! Hopefully it might be something we can offer in the future.
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Old 11-21-2018, 07:59 AM
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Crosses my fingers. Because i hate normal sized keyboards and the crazy hight of normal switches.
It's an instant buy from me if you do make a k65 with low profile speed switches :D
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K65 RGB owner here.

K65 RGB Low Profile please!!!!

I love everything about the K70 Rapid Fire Low Profile except the fact that I can't stand keyboards with an irremovable numerical keypad as I prefer a large horizontal sweeping area for my mouse (+10 Key will interfere irrespective of the sweep area) as fatigue sets in quickly as I have to space my hands further apart on the desk.

I find that I need to use the numerical keypad maybe 2-3 times a day so I don't mind their placement below the F keys on 10 Keyless.

I wont trade the small footprint for a lower, more ergonomic wrist position and keys that have less travel distance, although it's a compelling proposition.

You can afford to make a K65 variant of K70 Low Profile, youre not kidding anyone. Especially if you price it the same as a K70 as you will save money in the actual manufacturing of the product (less mechanical switches, their respective circuits on a shorter PCB).

Ready and waiting with my wallet open.
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Old 05-25-2019, 10:38 AM
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Instant buy for me. I've almost replaced my K65 RGB LUX with a K70 LP Rapidfire on numerous occasions, but I just can't deal with the lost mouse swiping area.

K65 Low Profile PLEASE :)
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Old 07-16-2019, 05:06 PM
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Happy Corsair k65 Low Profile

Corsair, I had been using laptop gaming by 8y and I´m switching for a desktop to increase perormance at gaming.
Since I´m looking for a keyboard, the Corsair´s ones are the keyboards that I´m identifying the most.
In my opinion your better keyboard for popular games such Cs:go, Fortnite, Pubg... is the k70 mk2 low profile but 90% of the people don´t like the num pad and I think thats why It has less markting rate.
I would sugest to make a k65 low profile because there are a lot of people that didnt buy the k70 LP for that reason.
Thank´s for reading and sorry for my bad English .
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